Coronavirus in Tuscany

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When you think of dream vacations, Tuscany always falls on the list. However, with this year’s pandemic, most people’s vacation plans have sadly been delayed, or reconsidered due to the Coronavirus. If Tuscany private tours were on your list, you’ll want to know about how safe it is to visit, and whether you can go now. Travelers will now inevitably …

Pratomagno

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Pratomagno is located in a mountainous zone in the impressive scene of the eastern portion of Tuscany, encircling the Apennine ridge between Casentino and the upper Valdarno. Although that the southwest coping with the craggy scene of Valdarnese Pratomagno comprises of no vital components by itself, the paths that are scattered all throughout the site leads guests into a contentment …

Maremma

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When you learn about the marvels on offer in Maremma, Italy, you may just have to elevate your itinerary since this lesser-trod location in the far reaches of Rome is a part of Tuscany that tourists rarely look forward to yet never forget. For those who have the chance to discover Maremma’s wild beaches, investigate the web-filled Etruscan catacombs, hike …

The Casentino: A Magical And Hidden Jewel In Tuscany

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And Florence and it is enveloped by the towering mountains and vivid green hills. The whole valley is dotted with vineyards, olive groves, and forested regions. A perspicuous stream of river gushes from one bona fide place to the next including Romanesque churches, celebrated monasteries, ancient towns, and picturesque villages. If you need to savor the life of remaining in …

Via Francigena In Tuscany

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Which translates to “the road that comes from France,” is known as one of the three big Christian pilgrimages along with the pilgrimage from Rome to Jerusalem and the Spanish Camino de Santiago. The ancient road’s starting point is at the Canterbury Cathedral in southern England and makes its way through Kent, northern France’s battlefields, the Swiss Alps peaks, down …

Chianina

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Many independent sources support the claims that the Chianina are one of the oldest breeds of cattle in the world. Their appearance on some of the art sculptures of ancient Rome and the fact that they were mentioned in the poetry of Columella, which was written around 50 AD, certainly supports such claims. The Chianina breed first emerged in the …